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This retrospective study found equally low rates of dysphagia following Nissen fundoplication regardless of baseline esophageal motility. Preoperative esophageal dysmotility therefore does not seem to be a contraindication for laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication.
Second-look laparoscopy was a safe and promising approach to reassessment of peritoneal disease for patients with gastric cancer. The incidence of complications was low, particularly in this group of patients, all of whom had undergone prior gastrectomy.
Dynamic tasks are challenging, and surgeons need to be trained specifically for these tasks. The DynaMITE system can provide training benefits for dynamic skill development, even for expert surgeons who may have had no opportunity to gain these skills through their surgical practice.
Although LADG was more time consuming than ODG, it was a feasible, safe procedure that accomplished the oncological requirements. Postoperative morbidity of LADG was similar to that of ODG, and LADG led to faster postoperative recovery. However, LADG should be performed carefully to prevent...
It was considered clear that any incision made earlier than planned a conversion, whereas extra corporeal vessel ligation, bowel resection and anastomosis were not. However, there seem to be many views of conversion regarding incision length, and some clinical situations that might influence...
We observed a 21% incidence of recurrent DVT and 15% incidence of thrombus in the IVCF, yet no PE occurred. IVCF retrieval was successful in 70% with one complication. Concurrent IVCF placement is safe, feasible, and an effective preventative measure in high-risk morbidly obese patients. We...
EUS-guided TNB is a safe and accurate technique to obtain core specimen for histopathologic diagnosis in patients with suspected malignancies on upper gastrointestinal EUS. FNA can serve as rescue technique and should be performed if TNB fails to obtain adequate tissue samples.
The results of this study indicate that carbon fiber NO-selective microprobes can successfully measure changes in the concentration of NO, an important inhibitory neurotransmitter, within the esophageal wall and that these preliminary data support the involvement of this crucial neurotransmitter...
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